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Non-Fiction

Death of Flora Lewis, “the world’s greatest correspondent”

June 2, 2002
“More and more people are coming to realize that they can choose their history. What a wonderful time to have been able to watch up close!”

Lena Nemerovsky Kenin

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Lena Nemerovsky Kenin.
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Lena Nemerovsky Kenin.
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JWA Writer Leah Berkenwald Wins Blogging Award

June 11, 2012
JWA blogger Leah Berkenwald made “connections between the themes of freedom and equality in the most widely read story of her generation to the movement for equal rights for women and resistance to bigotry in a clear, energetic and youthful voice.”

Maud Nathan, 1913, cropped

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Maud Nathan at the International Woman Suffrage Congress, Budapest, 1913.
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Maud Nathan at the International Woman Suffrage Congress, Budapest, 1913.

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Malka Lee

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Malka Lee, in Korman's 1928 Yidishe Dikhterns Antologye.
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Malka Lee, in Korman's 1928 Yidishe Dikhterns Antologye.


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Maud Nathan, 1913

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Maud Nathan at the International Woman Suffrage Congress, Budapest, 1913.
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Maud Nathan at the International Woman Suffrage Congress, Budapest, 1913.


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Judith Rosebaum Interviews Roger Cohen, 2015

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Judith Rosebaum interviews Roger Cohen, 2015.
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Judith Rosebaum interviews Roger Cohen, 2015.

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An Interview with Roger Cohen

New York Times columnist Roger Cohen sat down with JWA's Executive Director Judith Rosenbaum to discuss his latest book, The Girl from Human Street, a memoir of his mother. In their conversation, Cohen shares an intimate portrait of his mother, her debilitating depression, and what her story teaches us about Jewish history.

Bessie Louise Moses, circa 1922

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Bessie Louise Moses (1893-1965), circa 1922.

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Bessie Louise Moses (1893-1965), circa 1922.

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Sara Lee, Cropped

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Sara Lee transformed Jewish schools and education.
Courtesy of Hebrew Union College
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Sara Lee transformed Jewish schools and education.

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